This heavy ceramic Japanese kogo (incense container) is brilliantly made in the shape of a house with a thatched roof. Ships with traditional tomobako (wooden paulownia box).
In Japanese tea ceremony, wooden and lacquer kogo are used to hold wood chip incense during the furo (brazier - summer/spring) season while ceramic kogo are used to hold neriko (kneaded incense) during the ro (hearth - autumn/winter) season.
7.6cm (3in) - width
6.2cm (2.4in) - height
This vintage Japanese item ships from Thailand
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